April 2014 archive

Il Demone a Beslan’: Demonic rhetoric, traumatic realism

By Veronica Frigeni A story of wind and mud, blood and revenge, in the narrator’s own words, is the one, at the same time, recounted by and about the demon, i.e. that dismembered subject turned into agent of violence. For the reader who engages with this novel for the first time it is quite unavoidably …

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Review of Tarabbia’s “Il demone a Beslan”


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